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Ghana FA clarify receiving double payments for friendly matches The Ghana Football Association has discredited the testimony given by GNPC at the Commission of Inquiry that it received double payments for some Black Stars friendly matches.   More»

Posted : 18-Sep-2014

ECG to release load shedding timetable today The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) will on Thursday release a time table for the ongoing load shedding exercise.   More»

Posted : 18-Sep-2014

Creditors are threatening to cause my arrest – Headmaster The Headmaster of the Sekondi School for the Deaf in the Western Region has said the school’s creditors are threatening to cause his arrest following the school’s inability to settle its debts.   More»

Posted : 18-Sep-2014

Ebola could wreck West Africa economies, warns World Bank The Ebola outbreak could have a catastrophic impact on the economies of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the World Bank says.   More»

Posted : 18-Sep-2014

Government Institutions Must Emulate COCOBOD – Tekper Finance Minister Seth Tekper has praised the credibility of the cocoa industry regulator Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD).   More»

Posted : 17-Sep-2014

COCOBOD demands best practices from buying companies Licensed Cocoa Buying Companies (LBCs) have been asked to avoid unhealthy competition and bad business practices likely to compromise the quality of Ghana’s beans.   More»

Posted : 17-Sep-2014

WC Probe: GNPC demands accountability from GFA The Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation(GNPC), Alex Mould, is demanding accountability from the Ghana Football Association over expenses made on the Black Stars ahead of Ghana’s World Cup campaign.   More»

Posted : 17-Sep-2014

Debt levels worrying, but sustainable -- Terkper The Finance Minister, Seth Terkper has talked of government’s concern for the country’s rising public debt stock, hoping implementation of the public debt strategy will help mitigate the impact of government’s incessant borrowing habit.   More»

Posted : 17-Sep-2014

Policy rate to remain at 19% There are strong sentiments and optimism among financial sector players that the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of Ghana will keep the policy rate at 19% as a response to recent instability in the forex market, which largely spiked inflationary pressures.   More»

Posted : 16-Sep-2014

Bankers endorse IMF intervention Some stakeholders in the financial services industry are confident that imminent intervention by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the government’s fiscal policy space will help to restore stability and confidence in the economy.   More»

Posted : 16-Sep-2014

 
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